The FSII-SPL from Clearcom is an antenna splitter that connects multiple FreeSpeak II transceiver antennas to an Eclipse-HX matrix (via an E-QUE-HX frame card) or to a FreeSpeak II base station. The splitter provides up to 5 antenna feeds from one antenna port. An SFP fiber slot allows a fiber link between a FSII-BASE-II base station and splitter (base-to-splitter) or it can be used as a fiber bridge on legacy FreeSpeak II base stations and Eclipse HX matrix frames (splitter-to-splitter).
A FreeSpeak II (FS II) system consists of five main elements:
Wireless beltpacks (FSII-BP-19, FSII-BP-24).
The Base station (FSII-BASE) that routes communication to and from the beltpacks and other audio devices.
Antennas (FSII-TCVR-19, FSII-TCVR-24) that provide coverage zones in which the beltpacks operate.
Optional antenna splitters (FSII-SPL) that run up to 5 separate antennas.
PLEASE NOTE: ClearCom advises that in certain situations and installations the Freespeak II 1.9GHz system is recommended to be more appropriate than the Freespeak II 2.4GHz system. Please contact a Sales Engineer before purchase if you're unsure which system would work best for your application.